An experimental study of the solubility of molybdenum in H 2 O and KC1-H 2 O solutions from 500˚C to 800˚C, and 150 to 300 MPa
The solubility of molybdenum (Mo) was determined at temperatures from 500 °C to 800 °C and 150 to 300 MPa in KCl-H2O and pure H2O solutions in cold-seal experiments. The solutions were trapped as synthetic fluid inclusions in quartz at experimental cond
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